XTE J1748-288 [#2522431]


This system is located at: -306.59375 / -100.8125 / 25997.96875

Galaktische Koordinaten: R: 25.999,972 / l: 0,676 / b: -0,222
Äquatoriale Koordinaten: Rektaszension 17h 48m 5,086s / Deklination: -28° 28'25,786''

Geschätzter Wert: 84.747 Cr


This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Otis B. Driftwood.

132 ships passed through XTE J1748-288 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through XTE J1748-288 space in the last 24 hours.

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XTE J1748-288 is an intermediate-mass black hole located in the Galactic Bar. First observed as a gamma-ray source in the year 1998, it has today been resolved as a large black hole.

The system itself is composed of multiple young T-Tauri and one Ae/Be star, making it clear as an area of active star formation. However, there are no planets at all in the system, making it quite unremarkable apart from the historic value.

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